Paul Snell's works are immediately attractive because of their intense vibrancy and luminous material qualities. But beyond this seductive surface, Snell's work is multilayered and complex in its approach to image-making. By using photographic techniques to create abstract, non-representational works, he blurs the lines between making and taking photographs, between painting and photography, and between object and screen. The works draw from digital information and code to uncover the...[Show more]
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